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We the Editors of the 1989-1990 
FRIEZE would like to extend 
Special Thanks to the following 
people: 

Tim Fazio of Corporate Graphics 

for his cover design, technical sup- 
port, and his assistance throughout 
the production of the FRIEZE. 

To Kim Putens of the P. H A. and 
Brian Vaughn of the I.F.C. for their 
help and assistance. 

To all the FRIEZE Rep's for their 
time and particapation in making 
this a great publication. 

To all the College Park merchants 

for their advertising and financial 
support. 

To Andrew Bensinger for his per- 
sistence and fervor in selling ads for 
the FRIEZE. 

To Theodore Eisenman for his Markus Helmin Meg Shematz Scott G. Kaplan 

photography. Chairperson Chairperson Chairperson 



To all the GREEKS for making 
this all possible? 





Overall Chairpersons 1 
Frieze Reps 2 
Order of Omega 2 
Panhellenic Council 3 
Cabinet 3 
Exec. Board 3 
IFC & Executive Board 4 
Greek Counsel 5 

G.A.M.M.A 5 

Composites & Opposites 6 

Rush 94 
Tailgates 116 
Homecoming 130 
Halloween 144 

Formals 154 

Desserts 186 
Roadtrips 216 
Spring Break 228 
Philanthropies 250 
A Day in the Life 260 
Personals & Ads 292 
Directory Back Cover 



EDITOR'S NOTE: 

Once again the FRIEZE is back 
and it proves to be 
better than ever. 

Coming in relatively inexperienc- 
ed was not as large a drawback 
as one might think. With the 
help of past editor's we learned 
quickly, and took the initiative to 
forge ahead on our own. 

Our return to the Maryland 
theme is self evident and is the 
one theme that is common 
among all us GREEKS. As a 
result, the mixture of the 
Maryland flag and all of us in ac- 
tion was our idea for the cover 
and the folio tabs. It's our way of 
combining the best of both 
worlds. We hope to have added 
a little more color and a new 
perspective to the way GREEKS 
are viewed here at Maryland. 

The nature of the content of this 
book is a collaboration of ideas, 
opinions, and interests of the en- 
tire Greek System and we 
therefore disassociate ourselves 
from any embarassing or offen- 
sive material which is probably a 
majority of the book. 

We hope you enjoy itl 
THE EDITORS 




Introduction 1 




J.P Smith. Mike Kurtz. John 
Greensfelder, Marc Tobias. Dennis Han- 
cock, Rick Weible. Tim Pugh. Kenton 
Wallace. Chuck Maxa. Dan Kahler, Dan 
Taylor, Andrew Richards, Lindy 
Bowman, Jim Messina, Larry Lawrence, 
John Donate Garth Bowen. Gregg 
Warner, Toby Smith, Greg Lampf, Barry 
Danz, Gil Kuper, Jay Spies, Alphonso 
David, Jason Petroske 



(from L to R) Rob Vogt, Treasurer; Jenn 
Covey, Secretary; Stacey Liebler, Presi- 
dent; Joanne Zimolzak, Social Chairman; 
Not Pictured- Rebecca Sincevich, Vice 
President 




Introduction 2 




Front Row (I to r): Dale Miller. 2nd 
Vice President; Mark Anderson. Athletic 
Chairman. 

Middle Row (I to r): Tom Onetto, 
Scholarship Chairman. Bill Stewart, 
Treasurer; Stephen Barker, Rush 
Chairman. 

Back Row (I to r): Carl Patton. 
Secretary; Brian Vaughn, President; J.T. 

Jacoby. I st Vice President. 




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Dear 1990 Graduates, 

I would like to take this opportunity on behalf of my staff to sincerely Thank You for the support you 
have given Balfour House/ University Spirit over the past 4 years. You have seen us grow larger, always 
attempting to carry the items you want, when you want them! We always appreciate and need your input on 
how we can serve the Greek community better. Our store has always attempted to support the Greeks of 
Maryland every way we can. 

As you graduate and reflect on your Greek experiences here in College Park, we hope that they were 
everything you expected, and more! We also hope that we played a "small part"in making your Greek life a 
little more meaningful. 

Good luck in the years ahead, and stop by to say, "Hello", when you visit College Park. 



Fraternally Yours, 

Mike & the Staff at Balfour 




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7408 Baltimore Blvd. • College Park, Maryland 20740 » (301) 779-7766 



Alpha Chi Omega 4525 College Ave 864 - 7044 

Alpha Delta PI 4603 College Ave 864 - 8146 

Alpha Epsllon Phi 1 1 Fraternity Row 927 - 9701 

Alpha Gamma Delta 4535 College Ave 864 - 9806 

Alpha Omlcron PI 4517 College Ave 927 - 9871 

Alpha Phi 7402 Princeton Ave 927 - 0833 

Alpha XI Delta 4517 Knox Rd 927 - 1384 

Delta Delta Delta 4604 College Ave 277 -9720 

Delta Gamma 4518 Knox Rd 864-2171 

Delta Phi Epsllon 4514 Knox Rd 864 - 9692 

Gamma Phi Beta 9 Fraternity Row 927 - 9773 

Kappa Alpha Theta 8 Fraternity Row 927 - 7606 

Kappa Delta 4610 College Ave 864 - 9528 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 7407 Princeton Ave 277 - 151 1 

Phi Sigma Sigma 4531 College Ave 454 - 7343 

Pi Beta Phi 1 2 Fraternity Row 864 - 9436 

Sigma Delta Tau 4516 Knox Rd 864 - 8803 

Sigma Kappa 10 Fraternity Row 927 - 6244 

Zeta Tau Alpha 8604 34th Ave 935 - 4831 

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Alpha Gamma Rho 751 1 Princeton Ave 927 - 9831 

Alpha Tau Omega 461 1 College Ave 927 - 9769 

Beta Theta Pi 8125 48th Ave No. 31 1 982 - 4868 

Delta Chi 7310 Dickinson Ave 277 - 1639 

Delta Sigma Phi 4300 Knox Rd 927 - 9770 

Delta Tau Delta 3 Fraternity Row 864 - 9780 

Delta Upsilon 5007 Stewart Ct 345 - 1 695 

Kappa Alpha 1 Fraternity Row 454 - 3456 

Kappa Sigma 7305 Yale Ave 927 - 1869 

Phi Delta Theta 4605 College Ave 277 - 9706 

Phi Gamma Delta 5612 College Ave 864 - 9398 

Phi Kappa Sigma Wicomico Hall 454 - 2384 

Phi Sigma Kappa Wicomico Hall 454 - 3692 

Pi Kappa Alpha 4340 Knox Rd 454 - 7499 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 4 Fraternity Row 454 - 6065 

Sigma Alpha Mu 2 Fraternity Row 454 - 4194 

Sigma Chi 4600 Norwich Rd 864 - 9807 

Sigma Nu 4617 Norwich Rd 927 - 9187 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 13 Fraternity Row 454 - 8831 

Sigma Pi 7404 Hopkins Ave 864 - 2383 

Tau Epsilon Phi 4607 Knox Rd 864 - 9513 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 7408 Rhode Island Ave 927 - 3824 

Theta Chi 7401 Princeton Ave 779-9715 

Zeta Beta Tau 14 Fraternity Row 927 - 9557 

Zeta Psi 7403 Hopkins Ave 779 - 3750